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SATl'KDAY, OCT. 21, 1S2.
THE DAY'S DOINGS.
Apples ami onions nt auction, bj
Mi. Adams, nt 10.
Kolilui'sll'mcwcll llcnclil, Music
UospclTcmpciaiico Mccsing, Ito
Ihol Vestry, 7: ill).
Mission Childioii, at Dr. "NVhiL
ney's, 7 ;'M
lU'thol' llov. Dr. Damon, liiom'g
Foil .st., J. A. Crn.an, lnoininj
St. Andiew'.s C'athcdtal, Itev. 0
Wallace, nioining ami eening.
The Planters' Labor & Supply Co.
Met at 2 r.M. Mr. Hitchcock in
answer to the Picsidcnt staled that
tliey weic prepaied to let 10 men be
tiansfcucil the insl montli, mid su
moie in the nct 2 months, and the
lumaindcras soon as l.iboicis could
be got in their place pioidcd that
thev lctuined tow oik immediately,
and Ihc'Planlci.s paid the cost up to
that time. Mr. Hitchcock vviib asked
to picscnt this offci to Mr. Chip in
wiitmg. Mr. II. M. "Whitney made
an able and niiriinicntutivc speech in
f.ior of the employment of a chemist
dining which air. (Janavniio came m
and at the end of it he was intro
duced to the Association.
Col. Austin said he would be
hcailiiy welcomed and eveiy facility
for aeqiiiiing infoinmtioii given him
by the Plnntet.s on his pioposcd tour
of inspection. Mr. -ivunavano in
lcply said that his auival had
ei cited u little commotion amongst,
his coiuiti vinun. Mucii was not
known in Poitugal about the islands
and niisrepicsentntions of the tieat-
mont of laboicrs had been made to
liis Uovoinment for which icason he
h.id been sent to investigate, lie had
however seen enough of the islands
to icconimcnd them to his countiy
men and he would not foiwiiulnny
complaint till he had made a toiu of
investigation, which lie had no
doubt would icmoe all misiiiulci-
bliuidinxs between the l'lanter and
the laboier. Col. .Spalding said it
would be a, good thing to sec if the
l'oitugucsc contiacts weic of the
same impoit as the raiglisli-vci&ion,
as the laboieis weic not wanted to
come hcic under false impressions
Mr. Canavauo stated that the won!
ing was not good 1'oituguese, but he
thought the meaning was substau
tially the same. Theio was a seem
ing contradiction about the passage
beiny; lice but in the new contiacts
that was icmocd. Mr. ,ScIiacfe.r
showed that under the new foim of
contiact thcie was no inducement
for nianied men to come, and many
single men could not come owing to
the military laws ol PuiliHjruI. Mr,
Hut lu ell showed that the need of
educational .stipulations in the con
tiact was unnecessary as the Ilaw
aiians luvvb niinnged for that. Mr.
Spalding asked whether flic Poitu
gue.se (So eminent would allow
luboici.s to come diiect to planta
tions without the intervention of the
Uoaul of Inimigiatioii. Mr. Cana
vauo baid that he hud ahcady in his
advices to his (iovcinment, stated
that the I5o.ii tl of Inimigiatioii would
be the best to deal with, but that it
would be pcilectly legal to do so
and moie in nccoidancc with the
laws of I'ottugal, as thoso did not
allow tiansfeib, anil it seemed that
the piesont sybtcm was a kind of
tiansfer. Col. Spalding then asked
if the roitugucM! (Soveiuimuit would
give as gieat facilities to the Com
pany as to the Agent of the I'onid
of Immigration. After bomc little
discussion and explanation llio lcply
was pionounced pcilectly satisfac
toiy anil Mr. Canavauo ictiied.
Mi. h'ichaulhon pioposed that an
uiitoim btaudaid of latious be
adopted as far as possible, and Col.
Spalding lead the list ot what he
was in the habit of giving fiom
whiih it appeals the lioaul of an
adult costs 7. 18. After a shoit dis
cussion the meeting adjourned till
I KIDVY MOllMMi,
At 10:10 the minutes ere road
It was moved that mtielc li of the
by-laws be amcmlctl to as lo allow
nieinbeis of the Uoatd of Tiuslees
to foun a quotum instead of 7.
After some time n, qitoiuni of abates
was founed and the motion was
agiccd to by 17,8!)0 shaics to 800.
While this was being dono Mr. W.
O. Smith explained the uses of the
blank foi ms of w oik statistics pio
posed to be kept by tho Plantois.
These tcluins consist of daily, week
ly 111111111111110113' foinis. The daily
and weekly n re to be kept on the
plantation, and the quattcily ab
sliact made up from them and for
w aided to the Sccielaiy of the Com
pany. After some little- discussion it
was moved Unit the matter be
lefcued to the Committee on Labor,
to take action m the matter, A an
lions amendments weic moved to
this which weic cither withdiawn or
lost and the motion was linally
cauicd: Some anther destiltoiy
talking was done and at 11: Jo the
meeting adjourned till 2 r.M. to con
sider the Poi lujnicsc contiacts.
2.") shaics of Waiinanalo wete bold
by Mr. Kllis for SIM.
71 diiveis' ceililicales have been
issued lo date.
Mi.sMts. AV. C5-. Irwin and Siini'l
Pinker go to the Slates by the Sue
Tin: mail for San Finncisco, per
steamer Sue, closes at the Post
Ollke to-moiiow at 10 a.m.
Wi: ought to have plenty of water
now. AVhy? Well, we have a Nia
jiata at ourdoois. J'iratul.
Tin: sale of the stoics, &.c, fiom
the Kiagata biotight about 2,ft()0.
The wheat was icscivcd for a futuio
sale. Kvciything was sold in bond.
Missus. Iiwin & Co. have just
had a handsome sign put up on the
Foil stieet side of their olllco, bear
ing the wouls Agency of the Oceanic
AVi: me infouncd that the other
ciew have now made tiie distance
in 17'i' minutes. AYo aie waiting
now till the race comes offto'bee
which of them w ill be left behind.
Ox Thin sday night the billiaid
match was finished. Makaiwi went
out with 500 when Saumleis was at
18(i. -The spcctatois weic biupiised,
as the betting was in favor of
Ax.vnvi: woman uin away fiom
the piison the othei day. Our in
founaut slates that when found the
guards beat and kicked her on the
public Jiighvvuy. AVhy stylo of pun
ishment is this?
Tin hi: is a possibility that Joseph
Cook, D.D., may auive Sunday by
the Zealandia. If so auangemenls
will be made to have him deliver a
Icctute in Foit bticct Chinch.
'Tm: Cluistian who can Laugh,"
will bo Mr. Cui.an's tiieme Sunday
moining, and "John Chinaman in
Hawaii" in the evening. Should tiie
Zealandia be in poit at cither bci vice
Joseph Cook, I). I)., will occupy the
pulpit instead of Mr. Cnuan.
A imm: of lumber removed fiom
the ti.iinvvay has been lying at the
comer of Victoiia and IJeiclania
blieets. It ! laid vvilh the .spikes
sticking up, and may 'cause aseiious
cement to borne one passintr in the
night time if not lcnioved.
Tin. lccent poisoning case at Iva-
moiliili bhows the necessity of hav
imr an iiiiah lical chemist. I)r.
Stangcnwald has nuclei taken the
analysis fiom feelings of duty, but
his other vvoik is so picssuig that he
will have to do this at iiisihl time.
and ptobably injuie his health.
A HUMAiiK-vi.i: occunencu took
place at Mr. Dowbctt's ailesian well
at Unlaw a on Thin sday. Mr.
Arnold icpoiU that they had ceased
woiking to splice a lope when they
hcaid a liimliling noise and hiiddenly
the outer casiu'' of the bote bliot un
to a height of (i feet 8 inches. The
suilacc water also lose to a height
of 1 feet. It is supposed that it was
causeil tiy some interna convn kimi
of the caith.
AVi. hear of a case of bravciv that
deceives notice at our hands. While
that ltinavvay was coming ulonjr
Ucictnuia btieet on AVedncsdav.
a gentleman named MuKcnzio was
diiviug along in the opposite d'uec
tiou, Ik btnv a vounir ladv billiinr
alone in a citiihitrn ilukt in the ttaek
of the ruimvvuy, anil lealicd the
uangcr she was in. vviuiouia mo
ment a hesitation lie whipped up his
hoiso, nnd dtove his vehicle right in
between the caniagc nnd the unl
aw ay, just in time to leccivc a
slight jostle ft oin it. In all pro
bability by liis piompt action he
saved the young lady's life.
Tin: King's lcply was tcccivcd
yestciday by the Plnntcis. It says
that they have not spoken on their
own afiaiis, and that theio is a con
stitiilion.il icinedv. It was refened
lo the Trustees to act upon.
Tin: Y.M.C.A. held their usual
monthly meeting in the llcthcl Arcs
liy on Thtu sday evening, at 7:.')0
Ptof. I'i all m the chair, llio Yimous
committees vvcie called upon and
most of them gave in lepoits. The
monthly collection was then taken
un. Mr. P. C. Jones, on behalf of
the Ihiilding Committee, lcpoited
that the buildup was piosicssmg
nlthough slowly, nnd he hoped to see
il finished by'llic 22nd of Dcceiu-
Auction Sales by E. P. Adams
This Day, Ssilm-day,
Ort. 21t,nt 12 noon,
At Sdc Uooni,
APPLES AND POTATEOS !
7." Itoxcs H-'rosli Aiiplen,
Canes On i)iiN.
K. P. Ai)VM-, Aiuliimcpr
, JiTigntion !
ritlUOATlOX, nfti-i thil dale, Is f-tiirt-X
Jy fiuliidiU'ii, CTiipl between
Tin- Mollis oflt lo 7 n. in.
Sttpri Inti lirli lit Wntu Work".
Approvid: .I.no. ). l)i pit,
IMinistei nt Inleiior.
Honolulu, (nt.ai.isaj. 120
NOTlCi:. The imi'lneiohip lierelo
fons existing between Ohin Lock
& Lee Chut, (umlei the firm name of
AVing Clumi; ChmitfcCo.) Is hereby ilU
dlvid hv mutuiil consent. Tlie'lm-d-nes
will now lie r.irried on under the
firm iiamu of LEL CHAT, No. 4)J Nun.
Hoi.olulu, Oct. 21, 1882. 220 Iw
OTOLi:N orhlnivecl from Union Feed
O CoV AViuclioiip, nlimit lu.i. in. on
Oil. 11), n blown nml white icttei PUP,
blown enis, limwn and while ipottid
ia, hid colltu on. Suitable lew.ird
will be paid on lcluin'mg -.une to J. T.
Wateilioilse's Quett bt. Stote. 22 j
NOT1CL Uiuing my nbencu fiom
this Klniloni, Jlr. Joseph O. C.u
tci will net for me nuclei a full Povvti
225 2w P 0. JONL'S, .In.
"VTOT1C13. Dining my absence fiom
J- this Kliigdiini, -Mi. Flunk M.
Hatch, will (ollcil the jeuls due fiom
all piopcity belonglnt; lo Mi. .Nannie
it. Jtrewei, and also niiike sales ot cattle
fiom the Kaneohe Lstale.
22,-i 2w P. C. JONES, Jn.
TOTICL 1 hciehy give uotii o Hint
X 1 have dispo-ul of my Gincerv
Uiisinc's to JIi. 13. J. Lc.vey. All ae.
counts line said busineos arc to be paid
TlmnUing the public foi the libeial
patiouagb they have been pleased to he
etow upon me, 1 would icspic tfully nk
lot a (ontliiuiucu of the stuiic lo inv
Piicic'sf.ot. A. AV. HUSK. '
j Ordeis foi the Union Feed Conip
any will be leceivid as usual, ami
prompt delivciy guaranteed. 2J.1 lm
"TOTICL. Having puicluiHcl fiom
1 .Mi.A.AV Jliixli.nl his ilghl, title
and inkiest in ihoGuxeiy Uuslness, on
Foil Mitit, it is my Inluilion lo tnuy
mi Ihi! , line mull i tiie 111 in iiiiimi nt s
J. LEVLV A, c'o., ami I hope, liy strict
aiii'iiuuii in iiusiul-x, anil lite wimts ol
my (iislomeis, to meilt a haioiilthe
lllieial p.itionage litlvowul upon mv
pudec isoi, Mi. A. AV. Jiii-di.
22a lm r S. J. LLyjJY.
Consignees c bark Imacos
fiom NewA'oik, will please
call foi okIuh anil pny
1 1 1 1 LZ 1 1 1 III
UAla'i'LK A: (JOOKE, Agents.
rpili: Iiilgallon l'livllcgi'h suspemkil
I. uiilll liuthei nolke (lonol Imluile
thosii ileiivcd liom the Aitehiu AVillt.
on King Mi eel,
t II. AV1LSON,
." .Siipciiiikmlenl AVntui WoiI.k
"VTOTICIJ All i)eions owingnionev,
i ii-nl, Ac., lo Ilei Highness Hut'lt
Jvielikolanl me lieieliv n iimxli'il in
maUu theii jnij ments to'
1 ijl H. A, AyiDEMAN X
WANTED, ininiulliitely, a i eutrallv
located Cottage, within it 11011.
..1.1. . ....II 1 11 , .v. . ,... - ,.
iiiiiu n.uitiiii; ill-nun 11 ill liuxlliess, Mill .
Hon 01 the AVni 1:11,1 hhloof Foit'stutt.
niist have tliue hiuioonis.
iWUSw J.I. AVibuux.
bet! Mcssis. Lislimiin anilGauett
also epokc on the same subject. The
Picsidcnt thou called on Mr. P. C.
Jones to deliver a few lcmaiks on
Temperance. Mr. Jones stated that
owing to his speedy depat line and
being on the jury as well that he had
not time lo give the subject as full
attention as he had deshed to. lie
then dclivcicd a few lcmaiks which
furnished much food for lcllcction.
A gcncial discussion followed, and
the subject was lcfcircd to the Tom
pciancc Comuiitlcc lo'icpoitat the
next meeting, to which Indies mid
everyone me invited. Mr. F. Kcklcy
was unanimously appointed Ti cas
ta cr. Dr. Hyde then moved that
Mr. Jones, our lionoied and It listed
associate, bo elected delegate at
large in the .States, ami that the
Sccrctaiy give him a ccitillcnte, also
that he be authoiicd to initiate
negotiation for a miitnble poison to
act as Gcncial .Secretary. Uotii ic
solutions vveie can led unanimously,
and the meeting adjourned at 0
EX STEAMER " SUEZ,"
15et California Uuttci, in tubs nnd jars,
Uirrels Prime Pork,.
Uarrcls Etra Mess lleef,
Half.lurrcls extra Family llief,
Cases Fall haul: Lard, r timl 10 lbs.,
HigH California Potatoes,
Hags AVhole Unrley,
Hags Ground Uarliv,
Hags AVliilc and Pink Ueans,
J33AII areollertd allow prices.
UOLfiES & Co.
Honolulu, Oc 1. 1!', 188.'. 22.) 2w
Olllcc Sup't AVatcr Woi ks,
Honolulu, July it, Ikbi.
ALL persons having AViilcr PilvTlcges
luciiotllUil that theli AValer Kales
nicpayuhlu semi annually, in advance,
al tin; oIIIlc of tic SiipcilntMHlcnl of
Wntcr AVoiks, foot of Xiiuanu slietl,
upon the ltdav of Jiuiu.uv and July of
each j ear. CHAS. H. Wl LSON,
Sup't AV'atci 'orks.
S. K. Kaai, Minister of Inteiior. 201
IOE 0REAM PESTIVAL
AVill bo giv en on
TlmrHtlay, Octoher 2(lh,
Commencing nt 1 p. 111.,
Iu the Il.iseinent of Fort Street Chinch,
for defraj ing the cpenscs of the
Gopcl Tempei .nice work
on tiieme IbIiuuIs.
AdmUsloii, Si'icls; Chlldien, half-price.
Creme de la Creme..
rplIU lie Factoiics mo in full blast,
X and so nc
Elite Ice Cream Parlors!
They are just ficelng, whiih Is
lri((t yon icant in this Wcaltcr,
and don't jou fin get it !
Ice Cieam can he luul fiom 11 a. iu.
to 11 p. m. at
Elite Ice Cream P111I111-,
177 8(1 Hotel Mrut.
A splendid and viukd ns'oilintnt
221 LFAVEHS & COOKE-
TANTED Anjona having a copy
TT of the hook "Lilekuwiii" todih.
pose of will please call at
201 lm J. AV. ItOllEUTSON &, Co'h
rpo LET a lot, 100 ftet upline, on
JL which is htnblo foi 10 or moru
1 orie-i, caniagc Iioiim-, ami mi v nut's
I o isp, water laid on, opening 011 A'ouiig
1 trjet. Foi particular applv to
-Jill1"1 "n: 'W''ii h"
TDU SALE, a MULE C.vllT,
JL lim Weld ii Co
"' f W'7m-v ft!
NEW MUSIC HALL, f t
This Saturday Evening,
nWR. KOHLER'S ,
The Alaska MinstrelH
And pcvernl other nrtlstes.
Sec day bill for parllculais.
Admission, "?I.0J, 75 cents and fiO els.
Peseived nuts lo ho had at HobertMin
& Co's, nml Hart Ihothcis'. 200
Finest and Richest Goods
Ever shown In this Kingdom.
OF C1IAS. J. FISHEL.
Tho Long-Expcctcd Book,
" LIFE AND TIMES OF
Mrs. Lucy G, Thui'ston,"
Has 111 lived, and lt for mile nt
A. L. SMITH'S, Fort street.
222 Price, $1.75 each. 2w
21 and 20 Gauge,
0, 7, 8 and 0 feet lengths.
Eastern Clear Square Edged
WHITE OAK PLANK,
Fiom 1 to 4 in. iu tliitkne,
Ilccclrul c. late artivaN, nnd for nalc in
quantities to anil, by
20o lm ALLEN & HOMNSON.
Elegantly Furnished EoomB
17011 FAMILIES or SINGLE GEN
: TLEMHN, w Ith nil the c onvenlen
ces and comfoits of a home, with
Use of Parlor.
Rooms arc huge and well ventilated.
Terms, Strictly Moderate,
Corner of Hotel and Alakcu streets.
Fuwiitui'o For Sale.
COMPLETE, cheap, on account of
leaving, at rear rotlagc of No. 'J
Garden Lane, comer of Hotel m. Call
iu tho evening of IhiH week. 22!l ilt
I?d:GANTLA; FUHNIS1IEI) ltooms
jli to let, single 01 double, with all tho
conveniences and comfoits of a home,
ltooms urn largo and well ventilated.
Tci ins Mildly moderate. Apply at No.
2 Adams Lane. 211 lm.
rpo LET ONE COTTAGE,
X containing 7 100ms, with stabling
and every convenience, tdluntul on (ho
P'ulus, ahout 1 i"llo fiom town. AVutcr
luul on. For pnniculais applv lo
11),'. lm At E. O. Hall & SonV.
A SPLENDID Opportunity is
now olleitd to buy the Popu.
lai Lodging House reeentlv
occupied ami coi
at 12) Foi t stieet,
conducted bv- Mrs. AVIdte.
t. The meinlsesiontiiin
1 stoie. 17 bedrooms, kitchen, dlnlne and
bafh 100111. Tho 100ms aie all nicely
fuuil'lieil and in peifect order. For
furthei jiaillciihus njiply to prc-cnt pro
piietoi.F. AV. AVAL LACE, 123 Fort St.,
FOll SALE or lo LEASE, a
.VICE COTTAGE, on tho
PhiliiH. In n jioocl nelchbor.
hood. The house Is ndw and coiitnlns 2
In (booms, wilh closifts; parlor, dining
loom, pantry, bath, Kitchen and sowing
100111. A nice huge jmd, with out
liousLs, Apply to
813 If H.J.AONEW.
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